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Scientists find world's oldest surviving wine

Scientists find world's oldest surviving wine

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In 2019, a circular 1st-century mausoleum with rich grave goods was discovered during the renovation of a house in Carmona, Spain. Among other things, a glass ashtray urn containing a strange reddish liquid. The liquid, preserved after 2,000 years, is a "miracle" in itself, but the liquid has now been analysed and found to contain wine. The world's oldest wine...
Monumental 4,000-year-old stone building in the shape of a labyrinth

Monumental 4,000-year-old stone building in the shape of a labyrinth

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The excavation of soil for the construction of the radar system of the new airport on the top of Papoura hill, northwest of the Cretan town of Kastelli, revealed a monumental circular structure dating back to the Bronze Age. Scientists do not yet know what it was used for. The magnificent work is attributed to the Minoan civilization, unparalleled in the archaeological record...
The Mayor's hoard of silver thalers and groschen worth millions

The Mayor's hoard of silver thalers and groschen worth millions

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Archaeologists from the Saxony-Anhalt State Office for Conservation and Archaeology have announced the discovery of a hoard of silver coins from the 17th century. They were found by construction workers during the renovation of a historic farmhouse in Wettin. The coins are mainly thalers and pennies of several European countries, most of them in very good condition.
There was a mammoth hiding in the wine cellar

There was a mammoth hiding in the wine cellar

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During the renovation of an old wine cellar in Gobelsburg, Austria, local winemaker Andreas Pernerstorfer discovered large bones that prompted him to contact experts. The find turned out to contain 30,000 to 40,000-year-old mammoth remains. It is the most significant find of mammoth bones in Austria for more than a century and the first to be explored using modern methods...
Study: Beethoven was full of lead, but it didn't kill him

Study: Beethoven was full of lead, but it didn't kill him

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A recent scientific study has produced surprising results about the health of the famous composer Ludwig van Beethoven. Analysis of strands of his hair revealed high concentrations of lead, arsenic and mercury. They contained levels of lead up to 100 times higher than is now considered safe. They caused long-term health complications, but they didn't kill the genius composer...
Why did Neanderthals become extinct and Homo sapiens "won"? Different social structures may have been the key

Why did Neanderthals become extinct and Homo sapiens "won"? Different social structures may have been the key

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Neanderthals had big brains, their own language and used sophisticated tools. They were smart, had aesthetic and artistic sensibilities, and were spiritually based - they buried their dead with reverence. In many ways they were equal to modern humans and in many ways even surpassed them. So why did the Neanderthals die out while our ancestors took over the world? New evidence suggests that the fundamental differences were not in individual skills, but in our societies...
Unique silver brooch of a she-wolf nursing Romulus and Remus found in Valencia

Unique silver brooch of a she-wolf nursing Romulus and Remus found in Valencia

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A rare silver brooch dating from the 2nd century was discovered during archaeological excavations of the old Roman state building Hostalot-Idlum in the Spanish municipality of Vilanova d'Alcolea. It depicts the legendary story of a she-wolf nursing the brothers Romulus and Remus, the supposed founders of Rome. According to experts, this is an exceptional artefact of first-class quality and artful craftsmanship that is second to none.

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